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5 minutes in the Herpes Community - 13
It's unfortunate when providers aren't up to date on herpes testing and order the wrong tests and cause their patients distress. Encourage your provider to update their herpes testing knowledge!!
7 minutes in the STDs Community - 1
This is a person who has unprotected sex with multiple partners. Right there is your red flag. She's very naive and is risking her health with her assumptions. It's been 6 days, you can seek out testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea and ngu. You have to wait 6 weeks for syphilis testing and 3 months for herpes, hiv and hepatitis testing. Have you ...
10 minutes in the STDs Community - 1
Do you know what std's you were tested for? If you only had blood work, it might've only been hiv testing and maybe syphilis testing you had done. You also should be tested for herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea and hepatitis. You are able to pop these and get gunk out of them so odds are these are non-std related. Since it's reoccurred, I recomm...
13 minutes in the STDs Community - 8
those symptoms typically are only for 24-48 hours before obvious herpes symptoms occur.
14 minutes in the STDs Community - 15
we don't look at pictures here of any body parts. if you are still concerned, go and be seen.
15 minutes in the STDs Community - 1
This all sounds like a non-std related issue. Your hiv questions are already being answered on the hiv forum. To properly cover your bases, you can get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea now. Syphilis after 6 weeks. Herpes, hiv and hepatitis after 3 months. have you had your 3 shot hpv vaccine series? grace
16 minutes in the STDs Community - 1
it's automatic testing with those tests. please just keep adding to your original post so we can best help you- thanks!! grace
18 minutes in the STDs Community - 3
are you sure you aren't just noticing your frenulum? ( google pictures but not at work...lol )
21 minutes in the STDs Community - 3
We don't judge here. It's nice that you are trying to help your brother. Monogamy isn't for everyone. What your brother does is his business and hopefully he's having protected encounters with his other partners. If he's under 30 and hasn't had his full gardasil hpv vaccine series, he should look into that too. If he has a hi...
31 minutes in the STDs Community - 1
We always recommend full std testing, including herpes testing, of both partners before starting to have unprotected sex. That covers all the bases except for hpv. As we have been told all our lives, hindsight is always 20/20. At this point, both of you should seek out a full std panel just to properly cover the bases. If your partner had PID from a std, ...